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Classification of learning activities

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36 pages
Manual
Population and social conditions
Vocational training
Target audience: Education
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ISSN 1725-0056
Classification of learning activities -Manual
E U R O P E A N C O M M I S S I O N
THEME Population and social conditions
The views expressed in this document are the authors and do not necessarily re ß ect the opinion of the European Commission.
This document is available upon request at : European Commission, Eurostat Unit F4, Bâtiment Jean Monnet, Of Þ ce BECH-B3/427, L-2920 Luxembourg Tel.: +352/4301-35307 - E-mail: muriel.de-lattin@ec.europa.eu
For more information: Agnieszka LITWINSKA European Commission, Eurostat Unit F4, Bâtiment Jean Monnet, Of Þ ce BECH-D3/704, L-2920 Luxembourg Tel.: +352/4301-36765 - E-mail: Agnieszka.Litwinska@ec.europa.eu
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Table of contents 1. FOREWORD  ..............................................................................................................................5 2. INTRODUCTION ....................................................................................................................... 6 2.1. The need for CLA .............................................................................................................. 6 2.2. Purpose of CLA. .................................................................................................................6 2.3. Purpose of this manual....................................................................................................... 7 3. GENERAL CONCEPTS AND DEFINITIONS .......................................................................... 8 3.1. Lifelong Learning .............................................................................................................. 8 3.2. Learning activities versus non-learning Activities............................................................. 9 3.3. Single Learning Activities (SLA) ....................................................................................10 3.4. Learning map and aggregation of Single Learning Activities ......................................... 11 3.5. Scope of education and learning and categories of Learning Activities .......................... 12 3.6. Operational criteria for distinguishing the broad categories of Learning Activities........ 14 3.6.1. Informal learning versus formal and non-formal education  ...........................14 3.6.2. Formal education versus non-formal education .............................................. 15  6XPPDU\ GHFLVLRQ PDNLQJ ÀRZ FKDUW . .............................................................................19 4. CLASSIFICATION OF LEARNING ACTIVITIES (CLA)...................................................... 20 4.1. Content and structure of CLA.......................................................................................... 20 4.2. Primary statistical units of CLA .......................................................................................20 4.3. Formal Education............................................................................................................. 20 4.4. Non-Formal Education..................................................................................................... 20 4.5. Informal Learning ............................................................................................................ 20 5. BROAD CATEGORIES, CLASSES AND SUB-CLASSES .................................................... 22 5.1. Summary table ................................................................................................................. 22 5.2. Explanatory notes to CLA ................................................................................................23 6. BIBLIOGRAPHY...................................................................................................................... 27 6.1. EUROPEAN COMMISSION.......................................................................................... 27 6.2. CEDEFOP........................................................................................................................ 28 6.3. UNESCO and UNESCO Institute for Statistics............................................................... 28 6.4. OECD............................................................................................................................... 28 6.5. ILO and United Nations Statistics Division .................................................................... 28 6.6. World Bank ...................................................................................................................... 28 6.7. National reference papers ................................................................................................ 28 6.8. Internet sites of some of the references ........................................................................... 29
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